Tag: Synth-pop

Beneath The Surface: Laurel Smith

Ho Ho Hello and welcome to another Beneath The Surface session that I’ve just about managed to squeeeeze in before chrimbo. Call it a Christmas miracle. Todays chat was with the lovely, up and coming electro-pop artist Laurel Smith. She’s set for big things, so let’s get down to it. Grab your festive tipple of …

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Seraphina Simone unveils a stunning pair of indie-pop singles, ‘Skin’ & ‘Blue Devil’

Indie-pop, singer-songwriter Seraphina Simone unveils a stunning pair of self-written and co-produced singles to close off a victorious year for the emerging songstress. Skin is a two-part release consisting of the tracks ‘Skin’ and ‘Blue Devil’, a gorgeous miniature collection of songs that range between gently echoing melodies and reverb-heavy production (‘Skin’) to more minimalist, …

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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Great Big Blue’ by Geowulf

“Life can give you lemons… Geowulf make bittersweet, fizzy pop with them. Geowulf’s debut album, ‘Great Big Blue‘ screams shimmering production, relatable words and contagious melodies. In a glisteningly sleek record, Geowulf dance in a deceptively dream-like state with the ironic merriness of Belle and Sebastian, clashing with the summery, whimsical reverberated sways of Beach House.“

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